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is passing through some dust from halley's comet. we do it once a year. but the rocks are bombarding us at 148,000 miles an hour. and fast-moving meteors are more likely to explodes and create a sonic boom. here's the picture once again. lots of people have been tweeting about this, because so many of you saw it and you called in. pat in marin county says, quote, just saw the biggest meteor hit the atmosphere. amazing. tim wrote, just saw the most amazing meteor ever in my life. bright fireball, long green, gold and red trail. and jared was on an apartment rooftop in berkeley. he says it was as bright as a 4th of july firework. >> i looked up in the sky and just streaking across it -- it almost looked like a firework but you could tell it wasn't a firework. 30 seconds later, there was a really loud boom which i instantly knew that was not something normal that goes streaking across the sky. >> perhaps the most interesting part of this, the actual size of the meteor that created all of this ruckus, smaller than a marble. >>> from a mystery in the sky to a mystery right in our own bay. th
.,,,,,,,, the arteries of your dishwasher are constantly clogging up with grease and lime scale. use finish dishwasher cleaner every month to keep your machine in sparkling health. booze runs.. and going shop, >>> you're watching cbs 5 eyewitness news in high definition. >>> governor, can i talk to you for a minute? why won't you look at any of the tape we have on caltrans. >> wait a minute. why won't you show it to us? >> state workers caught making some booze runs and going shopping on your dime. the investigation that led to this confrontation with the governor. >>> good evening. i'm ken bastida. >> and i'm dana king. we will have that story coming up. >>> but first, we have learned about a crazy story involving one of the historic home run balls from last night's world series game. juliette goodrich tells us all about it. >> reporter: hi, dana. first and forecast, what a game tonight. but, yes, everyone talking about pablo's three home runs that he blasted out of the park yesterday. would you believe that one fan did in fact get the third ball. how she got it and what she did with it is really a s
. >> wait a minute. why won't you show it to us? >> state workers caught making some booze runs and going shopping on your dime. the investigation that led to this confrontation with the governor. >>> good evening. i'm ken bastida. >> and i'm dana king. we will have that story coming up. >>> but first, we have learned about a crazy story involving one of the historic home run balls from last night's world series game. juliette goodrich tells us all about it. >> reporter: hi, dana. first and forecast, what a game tonight. but, yes, everyone talking about pablo's three home runs that he blasted out of the park yesterday. would you believe that one fan did in fact get the third ball. how she got it and what she did with it is really a story in itself. >> into center. >> reporter: when pablo sandoval hit his third home run in last night's game, you won't believe where the ball ended up. >> he said, you know, where is the ball? where's the ball? and i'm not gonna tell him. so i'm right in here. >> reporter: she was sitting in the outfield. when the ball went over the fence, she claimed she wen
: californians are paying the highest gas prices in the u.s. an average of $4.49 per gallon a regular. $0.11 higher in san francisco. nowhere near the national average of $3.want. it cost casey nearly $100 to fill up his truck and he has 14 in his company fleet. >> it is tough and, you know it is shocking to see it go up so much while other states are not quite nearly as much. >> reporter: gas soared $0.66 in four days at this north hollywood station and their owner is paying $20,000 more to refill his 8,000 gallon tank. >> it's killing everybody. i mean it's going to kill the business. >> reporter: some stations around the state ran out of gas and shut down. the price spikes caused by the richmond refinery in august and maintenance at the refineries here. exxon mobile said that a power failure is back online. the california energy commission says they are monitoring the supply. >> there is ample supply of gasoline to meet consumer demand. >> reporter: the state uses a special summer blend of fuel. it reduces smog conditions in the summertime. most of it is refined in california. some rel
, in california, starbucks says it doesn't use everify that program that checks to see whether a person is here in the country legally or not. starbucks says that la boulange didn't use it either. >> sharon, you did talk to an employee who said he was an american citizen. did you talk to any others and were they having a problem with what this may possibly do? >> yeah. for example, the very first gentleman that we talked to the one wanted his face as well as his voice disguised said he got that letter he saw a picture of that letter that he is one who is an illegal immigrant worked for the company at la boulange for years and said he is upset. he worked for the company, invested his time and care in the company and now suddenly because lack of being a citizen he is being asked to leave. he says some people in the same boat as he are looking for other jobs and others of them have two jobs. so yeah. >>> it's like a wild movie plot in l.a. i mean, look at this. a surreal sight to say the least. one that will go down in history. thousands of people lined up to watch the space shuttle endeavour sque
don't usually see on the campaign trail. as elizabeth cook shows us, instead of going at each other, president obama and mitt romney went after some laughs. it was kind of nice, liz. >> reporter: on tuesday, sparks were flying on one of the wildest debates we've ever seen. >> hold on a second. >> the -- >> i -- mr. president, i'm still speaking. >> i -- >> mr. president, let me finish. >> reporter: well, tonight the candidates put all that aside and they were actually pretty funny. >> big bird didn't even see it coming. >> just the other day, honey boo boo endorsed me, so that's a big relief. >> reporter: president obama and mitt romney took a break from their contentious campaign for a night of laughs, at a new york charity event. they poked fun at themselves. >> usually when i get invited to gatherings like this, it's just to be the designated driver. >> there are worse things that can happen to you on your anniversary than forgetting to buy a gift. take note, gentlemen. >> reporter: and at each other. >> in the spirit of sesame street, the president's remarks are brought to you
. the giants come up big, to even the score. the nlcs, cbs 5 sports director dennis o'donnell joins us with game 2 highlights. dennis? >> thank you. ryan vogelsong brilliant for the giants on the mound tonight. bottom line is they had to win game 2, and they did that. but it may have come at a price. let me show you what happened. it was scoreless in the first when matt holliday went hard into second base, trying to break up a double-play. marco scutaro's leg buckled awkwardly and it took a minute for him to get up. for the time being, he was okay, and he actually got some payback. three-run score after holliday bobbled the baseball. the baseball gods were with the giants there. they win 7-1. so the series is now tied at one game apiece. as for marco scutaro, i'll have an update coming up in the sportscast as well as reaction, very mixed, on whether or not that slide was too aggressive. but, again, ken, dana, the important thing is this series is tied one game apiece as it goes back to st. louis. >> all right, dennis. we'll be looking forward to it. >>> it was a traffic nightmare for
in her care. the connections of the family to the bay area. >> the family used to live in san francisco. in fact, the dad was flying home from sfo when police say the nanny stabbed his two kids in the bathtub. cbs 5 reporter sharon chin went to their old bay area neighborhood. >> what happened? >> it's terrible. >> reporter: lauren lived next door to the krim family before they moved to new york two years ago. she can't believe two of the three children are gone. >> they were always like in the backyard, or playing around, so i -- i just can't even imagine. >> reporter: marina krim discovered six-year-old lulu and two-year-old leo stabbed to death in the family's bathtub thursday night. the nanny, yoselyn ortega, next to them. she was wheeled away in a stretcher. police say she tried to slit her own wrists and neck. >> terrifying. >> reporter: police escorted marina krim and her remaining three-year-old daughter away in a sheet. krim's husband, kevin krim, a digital media executive, was just returning from a business trip in san francisco. nannies and mothers we talked to say ortega com
... >> reporter: like beverly ryan. >> i used to be a switching engineer for bell, so i know all about that. >> reporter: starting tomorrow, the new 669 area code officially joins the nearly exhausted 408. because both are existing in the same region, no one will have to change their area code. but now, for the first time, people in the combined 408 and 669 region will have to dial one and the area code if they're dialing to the same area. >> not good. >> why? >> means more work. >> reporter: if you don't dial the 11-digit number, you'll get this. >> you must now dial one plus your area code. >> reporter: it's a little different if you're using your cell phone. you don't have to dial the one when calling the area code and phone number. some people are just realizing they'll have to change the numbers they've programmed to automatically dial. the 408 area code was created in 1959 when 415 needed to be split. some people say they're not looking forward to getting 669 in the future, saying it doesn't have the same high-tech silicon valley image as 408. >> people that are used to 408 and are us
storm. c-b-s 5 meteorologist paul deanno shows us what sandy's doing now. { paul wx hit... video from elkins, west virginia} { pl wx hit... video from elkins, west virginia} >>> height of the storm. >> paul deanno shows us what sandy is doing now. >> it's the storm with tropical connections. on the western side of the storm it is still snowing. has been for 24 straight hours. 26inches of snow in maryland. on one side you have the worst beach erosion in 50 years. on the other side you have a blizzard. all that white is snow. look at the size of this thing. the cloud shield. 2000miles nearly from top to bottom stretching from chicago and detroit all the way still 300 miles offshore. and the highest tide in new york city history is a catalyst for a a lot of that damage. >> the presidential race has basically been put on hold because of the storm. but thicks are expected to get back to normal tomorrow. today in ohio mitt romney urged supporters to donate food and other items to victims. tomorrow he heads to florida for three rallies. vice presidentwide season also campaigning there. the
they closed the park because of fire danger. close to no humidity. paul joins us with a look at how hot it got. >> the two hottest days of the year for many of you. triple digits once again. well into the 90s for richmond, redwood city. new report set in concord. we're looking at temperatures topping in the 90s. in downtown san francisco for the second straight day care same story for oakland. hottest two day stretch of weather in downtown. it's all changing. coming up, find out who will be 30 degrees cooler this time tomorrow. that's coming up in the forecast in a few minutes. >> you can blame it on the heat. s that their excuse this time. gasoline prices are soaring again. you might want to fill up in the next day or two. cbs 5 reporter on how much prices could spike by friday. it's too hot, that's the excuse? >> reporter: exactly. the experts are predicting that gas could be somewhere in the neighborhood of $4.50 by the end of the week. they're blaming a host of maintenance problems at refineries. one in particular in southern california couldn't take the heat. the record heat that's been
. if they are not the suspects, hopefully they can give us information that will lead us back to the suspects. >> the washingtons are wanted in a crime spree that began when the wife apparently helped her husband to escape from the san bernardino jail on august 28. five days later, the man allegedly shot a sheriff's deputy before getting away. authorities suspect the washingtons carjacked other cars before susie ko. her family hope the fbi and police can finally solve her murder. >> how is your family holding up? >> after the discovery of this news, much better now. i feel like we can probably get some sleep tonight. >> reporter: hercules police are expected to land in the seattle area by the end of tonight. they will question the two suspects to see if there's any link to the susie ko murder. they also want to talk to police in oregon and washington to see 23 there's any connection between the two suspects and any other crimes. >>> with 27 days until the election, the presidential race is in a dead heat. the latest tracking poll gives mitt romney a one-point edge over president obama with about 4% of voters sti
is now 4.32. that's after going up nine cents just last night. and a cbs 5 reporter shows us some california gas stations are running low. kit? >> reporter: liz, it is even worse than the experts have predicted for some gas stations. for example, this chevron in san jose, on tuesday, people were complaining about a 20- cent jump overnight. since that time, the price has gone up another 40 cents. now some gas stations themselves are running empty. >> refinery-ageddon has already begun. several stations have locked up pumps after running out of gas. supply is down because a power surge knocked a refinery in torrence offline. and it's not the only one. a chevron crude oil pipeline through central california is shut down due to safety problems. and the chevron refinery in richmond still hasn't recovered from the fire in august. brace your wallets. >> we have never seen a spike like this. this is brand-new territory. >> reporter: mike has to sell regular unleaded at 4.89 a gallon just to stay afloat. he locked up the pumps because it looked like he was gouging customers but later he ha
of days to help with the investigation. they're hoping to find susie's 2011 subaru. the family is using social media to hook for the car. elizabeth cook, cbs 5. >>> a battered east bay community cleaning up once again. >> makes me angry because oakland has enough problems. >> the damage left behind by protesters. >>> the final verdict for san fransisco's suspended sheriff, the vote coming tomorrow, that will decide his fate. ,,,, where a 10-year old autistiy ning. . >>> we have developing news out of piedmont where a 10-year-old autistic boy has been missing all evening. valentino salimo was riding a scooter when he got separated from his father. this happened around 6:30 tonight. he is about 4' 9", weighing 80 pounds. he was wearing a dark and light blue striped shirt and grey pants. mees call piedmont police if you see him. >>> new at 11, the causes may be different this time around but the effect seems to be the same every time. windows smashed, buildings trashed by out of control protesters in oakland. we have the mayor's take on the latest night of violence and why there were no ar
. they're hoping to find susie's 2011 subaru. the family is using social media to hook for the car. elizabeth cook, cbs 5. >>> a battered east bay community cleaning up once again. >> makes me angry because oakland has enough problems. >> the damage left behind by protesters. >>> the final verdict for san fransisco's suspended sheriff, the vote coming i'm here to prove that mini babybel cheese packs a whole lotta something special inside this little wax package. why go ordinary? try the special zip peel freshness that only comes from mini babybel. nice! yes! hey, girls. want the perfect snack accessory? it's totally natural, 100% delicious cheese! tasty. see? good things really do come in small packages. like rubies! girls like rubies... mini babybel cheese from the laughing cow. it's time to free ourselves from the smell and harshness of bleach. and free ourselves from worrying about the ones we love. new lysol power & free has more cleaning power than bleach. how? the secret is the hydrogen peroxide formula. it attacks tough stains and kills 99.9% of germs. new lysol power & free
. >> the giants frenzy in moment. we begin with a story new at 11:00. christine ayers shows us a video of a man being arrested to day. take a look, what do you think of it? >> it was a lot of yelling, a lot of commotion. >> one video of a violent arrest, two different stories. >> made a good judgment call. >> went over there and started beating him up. >> this man who calls himself ron didn't want to show his face. he shot a video of the arrest in east oakland. authorities say a pregnant woman got into an altercation with a staff member. >> her boyfriend stepped in to defend her. as he talks to deputies, watch what happens. another deputy runs the video. appears to hold the baton against the man's neck. >> and as the man goes down, deputies appear to knee him repeatedly. >> kept hitting him and hitting him. he got put in handcuffs. he works the handcuffs on the floor. it's a lot of witnesses who has handcuffs. he began punching him in his head. >> a snapshot of the whole thing. >> alameda sheriff spokes person, the mans was resisting arrest, even threatening deputies at one point. all deputies
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to smuggle it through the airport. but as juliette goodrich shows us, it's how much coke he had inside of him that's so hard to believe. >> reporter: customs agents say the passenger ingested 100 pellets filled with cocaine. >> how big were the pellets? >> about two inches, filled with white powder. >> cocaine? >> cocaine. >> reporter: he was attempting to board an international flight to japan when he was busted by customs and border protection in san francisco. >> i would assume the officers, they have techniques and experience, they determined that something was not right. >> reporter: to give you an idea of just how much two pounds of cocaine is, here's two pounds of powdered sugar. this is how many he had in his system. take a look at how much he ingested. he was taken to a nearby hospital where he later passed the pellets. the contents of the pellets tested positive for cocaine. and this is one of the larger drug busts for customs agents here at san francisco international airport. net worth, $25,000 worth of ingested cocaine. it will be up to the u.s. attorney and homeland security to
. and as grace lee shows us, he pretty much delivered. >> reporter: the polls show that the former governor knocked it out of the park. 500 uncommitted voters asked who won this debate. 46% said it was romney. only 20% said the president was the victor for the night. the man who has been fighting to show that he relates to the average american this whole election cycle, 56% of those polled say they had a better opinion of the former governor now. what started out as cordial quickly became heated. >> governor romney's proposal that he's been promoting for 18 months calls for a $5 million tax cut. and he is saying that he is going to pay for it by closing loopholes in deductions. the problem is, he's been asked over 100 times how you would close those deductions and loopholes and he hasn't been able to identify them. >> everything you just said about my tax plan is inaccurate. so if the tax plan he described were a tax plan i was asked to support, i would say absolutely not. i'm not looking for a $5 trillion tax cut. what i've said is i won't put in place a tax cut that adds to the deficit. >
game in the history of this ballpark. check it out. pablo using a different bat for that third home run. >> your third at-bat, you broke your bat. was that the same one you used for the first two home runs? >> yeah, man. i used it all my postseason. so i don't get too many superstitions about it. it's very good. it's another bat. if you have to, you have to believe in yourself. >> everybody is in a good mood there. one other hero, tim lincecum, two and a third scoreless innings. he had five strikeouts. we'll take you inside the giants' clubhouse. >> pablo, babe ruth. too much for me. dennis o'donnell at at&t, thank you. >>> a strong start to the giants' bid for another world series trophy, and the fans couldn't be happier. cbs 5 reporter linda yee is at the park. >> reporter: dana, several hours after this game ended, there were still a few people out here celebrating. the giants delivered and the fans are delirious. >> woo! >> reporter: game 1, giants! >> giants! i'd be surprised if it goes to five games. >> reporter: fireworks and a flyover started the party. from home made masks to t
issues. >> for us to be able to promote those principles of peace requires us to be strong and that begins with a strong economy here at home and unfortunately it's not strong. >> it allows us to reduce our deficit which is a significant national security concern because we've got to make sure that our economy is strong at home so that we can project military power overseas. >> reporter: even education, clearly not a foreign policy issue, became a major topic point. >> if they graduated in the top quarter of their class they got a four-year tuition free ride at any massachusetts public institution of higher learning. >> that was there before you came into office. >> reporter: right after the debate you walked in, joe, and you said you believed the president dominated tonight, why? >> there were instances where he continually reminded the governor of statements the gov more had made before that were inconsistent with the statements he's making now. education would be one of those. and the other part of it was that the president is the incumbent, the person who is the command
debate format meant no podeiums leaving the candidates out in the open. grace lee shows us it wasn't long before they were going toe to toe. >> and they were doing it often, dana. >> president barack obama had a lot of ground to make up following the first debate. it appears he did. 37% gave him the win and 37% called it for mitt romney. >> california were even more convinced. 56% of those surveyed called the president the clear winner. part of the reason they say the president was engaged and seemed better prepared than before. it was his perform thans that really -- performance that set the tone. >> and very little of what governor romney said was true. >> reporter: and with that we saw a different mr. obama. >> you stood in front of a coal. >> okay. ponented at -- plant and pointed at it and says this plan kills and took pride in shutting it down and now you're a big champion in coal. what i try to do is be pretty consistent. >> have you looked at your pension? >> i don't look at mine. it's not as big as yours. >> reporter: governor romney was clearly prepared and he stayed on message.
field. he leaps and to the right center, he's got it. >> the a's used great d and just enough hitting to beat the detroit tigers 2-0. detroit still leads the best of five series though, two games to one. game four is tomorrow in oakland. >> that is a great ballpark. and they will go down the line. the long runs for them and a big slide and then did he make the play? yes, he did. >> as for the giants, they beat cincinnati 2-1 in 10th innings, trailing that game two games to one. dennis will have reactions from inside the locker room in just a bit in sports. >>> in the meantime a man was arrested at a major california airport after security found a smoke grenade, knives, a hatchet and body bags inside the luggage. he flew out of japan bound for boston. cbs reporter juan fernandez tries to figure out what the guy was up to. >> reporter: tonight, harris is in federal custody. the 28-year-old is accused of transporting hazardous materials including a smoke grenade like this one in his checked baggage. for harris had just landed at lax last friday, scheduled to fly to boston when airport
there could be a possible issue with a certain model of seats and how they fit into the tracking used to secure the seats. american has decided to reinspect eight 757's. >> american airlines operates the oldest fleet in america. as your car gets older, it requires more maintenance. as our aircrafts get older, it requires more maintenance. >> reporter: the problems are unrelated to a string of labor issues. but 200 pilots picketed american today, saying they're concerned about overworked inspectors at a time that the bankrupt carrier is facing tougher scrutiny from the faa. inspectors believe the problem could be with the way the seats fit into the tracks on the floor. christin ayers, cbs 5. >>> more than 20 people were hurt after two separate train crashes in the central valley. late this afternoon, a big rig slammed into a fright train in the town of hanford. the truck driver suffered minor injuries. several hours before that happened, and 15 miles away, there was another crash involving a passenger train and a different semitruck. between 30 and 50 passengers on that train were hur
tonight. $7.50 in nickels. some sugar lumps. and maybe -- i don't know if this will come in useful. a feather. you know, i really hope you win that apple because it is going to be awkward giving it back while it is partially digested. a razor blade in the apple? [applause] how do you feel about settling out of court? good night, everybody. good night. [ male announcer ] citibank's app for ipad makes it easy for anne to manage her finances when she's on the go. even when she's not going anywhere. citibank for ipad. easier banking. standard at citibank. helps him deposit his checks. jay also like it when mother nature helps him wash his car. mother nature's cool like that. mobile check deposit. easier banking. standard at citibank. ground" >>> you're watching cbs 5 eyewitness news in high definition. >>> with all due respect, that's a bunch of malarkey. >> i know we were under a lot of duress to make up lost ground. >> paul ryan, joe biden going at each other in their one and only debate. biden shows why he earned his nickname. and ryan fires right back. >> we will have much more on
to an end for us. it's difficult to swallow. >> scott rolen said after game three, i cost my team the game. >> and the giants in cincinnati. giants' closer sergio romo facing scott rolen. the giants become the first time in big league history to win three straight on the road to close out a five-game series. they could host the game on sunday. jonny gomes and the a's clubhouse said this, those guys in that dugout may have saved baseball in oakland. we'll have more when we go inside the a's clubhouse coming up in sports. >> one down, one up, and what a day in baseball today. thank you, dennis. >>> it was punchy. it was lively. it was actually quite a bit of fun to watch. cbs 5 political reporter grace lee on the vice presidential debate that was hard to turn away from. >> politics can be fun, dana. it certainly was tonight. apparently even the president thought so, calling biden's performance, quote, terrific and saying he couldn't be prouder of him. and it is showing in the polls. in a cbs news poll of uncommitted voters, 58% gave him the win, compared with 31% for paul ryan. asked who wou
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